Al-Nusra (al-Qaeda) Defenses Collapse, Syrian Army ready to split Eastern Aleppo pocket in two


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The map depicts the military situation in Aleppo city on November 27, 2016, according to confirmed reports.
Syrian government forces military operations are ongoing in the eastern part of Aleppo city. The Syrian army and its allies captured significant parts of Sakhur, fully secured the Ba’ideen Roundabout and the Ba’ideen Square, Jabal Badro and Ard Hamra.Kurdish YPG units seized positions in Bustan Basha which had been under control of Sultan Murad militant group.Jaish al-Fatah militant coalition  are withdrawing from northeastern Aleppo.

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Jaish al-Fatah militant coalition, led by Jabhat Fatah al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda) terrorist group, has failed to Syrian government forces advance in the eastern part of Aleppo city.

Since yesterday, the Syrian army, Liwa al-Quds, Hezbollah and other pro-government groups have captured the Jabal Badro Neighborhood and launched an advance in the Al-Sakhour area, aiming to reach Bostal al-Pasha and split the militant controlled areas in eastern Aleppo into two separate parts. Government forces also aptured the area of Ard Hamra.

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If Jaish al-Fatah redeploys manpower from southern Aleppo to its northeastern part, the army and its allies will be able to relaunch attacks in Sheikh Saeed.

An expected plan of government forces operation in eastern Aleppo:

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